Samsung Galaxy Note 6’s Rumored July Launch With Android N

Galaxy Note 6

The Galaxy Note 5 was released in August 2015. The device is considered as one of the best large screen Smartphones ever released. The fanfare isn’t over yet. However, we are expecting the successor Galaxy Note 6 to be among us soon. And this soon doesn’t mean completing the year and opting for the August launch, but, the release is expected to happen a little earlier.

As per the report from a Korean website, Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Note 6 by July. Furthermore, it has been codenamed as Grace and will come along with Android N. This clearly points that the Note 6 would be the first device to come with the OS and the software would be ready by July too. It isn’t impossible to fathom because an Android N Developer Preview already appeared earlier this month.

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Android N

This is all we exclusively know about the Smartphone. The Korean source didn’t reveal more. However, just so, you have the urge to know more, sometimes ago, it was reported that a Smartphone with a 5.8-inch display and S Pen would soon be coming our way. We also heard that there would be a 12 MP rear camera too. The handset will come along with 6 GB of RAM along with expandable 128 GB, or even 256 GB of internal memory.

Just last month, Samsung started the mass production of the 256 GB memory chips for its upcoming Smartphones. So, we can summon some sense here and guess that this absolutely whopping amount of memory is reserved for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6.

Lastly, we have to state that at this stage it isn’t necessary that these rumors and speculations are true. We must wait to know more. You can also drop off your guesses below so we can get the popular opinion.

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